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rival to tackle for example terrorism to try to solve the crisis in syria talks north korea but you're very dependent very depend on the russian yes yes russia guess will anyone however sends right more than one color cannot leave us around ninety two let's talk about its dependence of russia guess but we're working on the worst city and what what what what the what actually happened i suck at a little bit more about i guess a place we stopped our stream and some of the member states develop our streams to solve and i. was we are what we are we will be dependent on russian turkey at the same time because if we stop supply through north at the same time you know the same time will be scrapped once a multi-band we think that it's important for bulgaria to have only to develop all routes of gas supply why are you why are you why in the bio shame on god to do no
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i'm proposing to build a nuclear power plant with russia rosenthal it makes you even more dependent from russia we start by the way but now we face a billions for two reactors that are like monuments and we want to develop this project as private projects without dependency so we look for private investment. they are different candidates who still didn't trust the candidate so but then they sided in on your parliamentary mistah or out of the important mr bob we saw your resolve said that it is a good idea to restart the project yeah we try to find investors because we're afraid they have been from our taxpayers for to the actors that it like a monuments and we look private investment they are interesting some primitive message from china that interesting given from united states they're coming from russia so we didn't force what we will negotiate let's talk it went on the.
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negotiations if if is if we speak about russia let's talk about corruption because this is also one of your responsibilities your deputy prime minister in charge of judicial reform in this and it's twenty seventeen report on the fight against corruption and organized crime in bulgaria you talked about quote unpredictable legislative decision making process and suggested your government has rolled back earlier reforms which is this report that yuri which here it is the report of the e.u. which are twenty seventeen. from terrence seventy eight when seventy report says twenty seventy. perception said the same thing they said that corruption is increasing your own president said just a few weeks ago there is a lot of talking about corruption in bulgaria it's your president but i think too little is being done why does he say that. you know the first report
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from twenty seventeen or so before and then the last one it was the last one. said that we are absolutely moving quite a while to release. mechanism that we have and we just adopt and create in the beginning of twenty eighteen. and corruption body which actually already here for success is so let's give a chance to this body to be there for years and you do local financial target you washington based research organization says every year the country losses if you're twenty two if you say let's talk with numbers because they are much more. precise something we hear. almost four percent economic growth we have seven point five billion trade with germany and increasing can best interim
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germany and germany investor suffering very well for example the biggest foreign foreign investor in bulgaria is netherlands so if the business here while those mean that they smell so dark picture in bulgaria of course they hear problems with corruption and they want to tackle corruption not because of brussels or not because of transparency international not because of headache or burning of paris we think that we have problems and we work to tackle these problems but it's not so dark and if you see actually for example form because our prime minister very. like i said i was only out post for example i'm listening to my family smuggling of cigarettes we are less than eight percent compare with other member states what is this is corrupt they're corrupt of course they hear problems with corruption i don't deny this but night we can walk around and we have problems with corruption and that we don't deny this but we work to tackle these and we are much better
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one victory was followed by an interesting night of celebration. u.s. president dollar trump is arrived in london after a tumultuous meeting of nato leaders in brussels humid strident comments specially aimed at germany speaking at the end of the summit trump claimed that the meeting had gone well and that the allies had all agreed to increases in their contributions you also denied reports that the u.s. have threatened to pull out of the alliance if other member states feel to follow through on this spending promises. but you would just anglo-american also spoke as the nato meeting wrapped up she said she felt the alliance was still strong but that member states needed to do more for each other have
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a listen this morning the question was again raised what we need to do for our defense. and i made it clear for germany that we know that we need to do more and we have been doing more for some time. we started moving in that direction long ago we are doing it for our own soldiers but also of course for the alliance. we are doing this in the face of changes to the security situation we have recognized the latest with the attack on ukraine and the annexation of crimea. that was german chancellor. max hoffman is at the nato headquarters in brussels following those developments let's listen to what jones the meca had to say donald trump's tactics appear to have worked european and nato allies have all up their financial commitments. to be fair this whole process started way before donald trump was u.s.
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president it started in two thousand and fourteen with a different security situation with russia having taken crimea with the situation in eastern ukraine also what's happening on the southern borders of nato but yes it seems that was able through his rhetoric in the strategies to add some more urgency to the turnaround and it seems like he was reassured by the other allies that they would up the spending in the coming coming years to reach that goal of two percent that the nato allies more or less committed to again it's not a binding goal but they committed to aim towards those two percent and next on it from been missing a contentious comments about germany saying it was controlled and captive of russia something he walked back on today let's first take a listen to what he had to say germany is coming along and we still have to figure out what's going on with the pipeline because the pipeline is coming in from russia so we're going to have to figure that out i brought it up nobody
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brought it up but me and we all are talking about it now and actually i think the world is talking about it now maybe more than anything else but we're going to figure that out but and frankly maybe everybody's going to have a good relationship with russia so they'll be a lot less problem with the pipeline but to me that was a very major point of contention we just gusted at length today germany has agreed to do a lot better than they were doing and to have very happy with that we had a very good relationship with america so let's see where exactly do american and trump stand after the summit. it's a roller coaster ride really because if you look at what happened the last two days wednesday morning there was germany bashing and they got along just fine at their bilateral meeting wednesday afternoon than in the morning on thursday a lot of very harsh tweets or one at least one hundred tweets from donald trump and now it seems like he he's all right with germany again so it's really hard to say
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and it shows the strategy of donald trump in this he's mixing a whole lot of different topics that used to be separate for example relations between russia and germany and defense or trade talks a lot about trade nothing to do with nato nothing to do with defense apparently the strategy is to increase pressure like that but it's also increasing confusion and it's probably the even the german chancellor standing there and saying i'm not quite sure where i stand with the u.s. president was the last two days at this the interest on it has been quite tense and a lot of things have been said by donald trump how damaging is his kind of rhetoric do what and to what extent is undermine the whole spirit and mission of nato. it's exactly right what you said it's about the spirit here because on paper nothing changed the communicate of nato was also signed off by the americans without a change they didn't even want to renegotiate anything in there at all that's in
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there is really not what donald trump said during the last two days but of course if you have the president of the most important ally of nato running around and making veiled threats about the commitment of the americans to this organization and if allies don't pay as much as they want to it's not good for the spirit a military organization craves reliability they want to make sure that in case something really happens that they really have to defend themselves all allies are in board especially the one with the most well in this case you have to say it fire power and i think it's safe to say that some of the you diplomats or some of the allies aren't so sure what donald trump is going to do in that case max of money at the nato headquarters in brussels thank you very much for your reporting the past couple of days on that controversial contentious and tense summit now being yuppified some on the stories making news around the world. the counted on
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separatist leader in congress pushing what could soon be extradited to spain that outrage and courts can't his extradition on a charge that he missed appropriated funds to do all fed spain last stand off to attempting to declare catalonia independence he's been in germany since march. in western japan the death still after days of torrential rains has risen to one hundred and ninety five severe flooding and landslides destroyed and damaged hundreds of thousands of homes days of intense heat and water shortages in the region are raising fears of disease outbreaks. facebook has been instructed by germany's highest court in matters of private law that it must grant the parents of a deceased user access to her data the couple's been fighting for years to get clarification over the course of their fifteen year old daughter's death hoping a facebook account would give them some clue. almost six years
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ago a teenage girl was run over by an underground train in berlin whether it was a suicide or a tragic accident is still unknown the parents fled to try to get access direct facebook page to find out if the messages provided any clues. they have to log in code to sadness blocked as facebook had the right to mario stick out after facebook refused to grant them access the parents want to first present twenty fifteen only for another coach to overturn the ruling on the grounds that opening the account would compromise to privacy of the teenager just contacts in the lead a steroid to the federal court ruled that digital messages out to be treated the same as diaries and letters until now lawyers and activists advise people to make their own arrangements until such time that there was a final ruling. i fundamentally advise people to take care of their a stain one way to do that is by issuing
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a letter of authorization which can include how digital data is dealt with in case of death. not included you designate someone you trust and ideally give them power of attorney. of the form of to be given so it is important to take care of one's digital legacy but not everyone is so aware of that. me obviously so we're not going to i haven't thought about what happens when i die. for photos are also digital inheritance i now print them off for my daughter and put them into a little album on the top on the ends up as i will and it's only so not all enough to think about it you have to so not at all no. really just to make the somewhat difficult topic because i'm personally affected right now since someone i know died and the question came up what happens to their facebook account. maybe. that you'd be deleted. never
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felt about it i don't know the federal court's decision now could set a president for how germany deals with digital like a seat in the future. when pakistanis go to the post this month it will be for the first time that women will be required to vote in order for the results to count in another step in the country's long battle for women's rights constituencies with less than ten percent female voter turnout risk their results being invalidated but whether men will allow women to vote in the nation goes to the polls on july the twenty fifth is still not set. these women are considering a daring move casting their ballot they've never been allowed to men for maury pour their village in central pakistan banned women from voting almost as soon as the country gained independence in one thousand forty seven things are changing slowly for the general election taking place at the end of the month pakistan's election
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commission has said it will invalidate results from constituencies where female turnout is less than ten percent but it's no guarantee for women to vote safely the new rule runs into old tradition young man problem the main problem here is that women are prevented from casting their ballots. the men make it an issue of honor that's why they don't allow their women to cast votes they perhaps think that women are stupid. so many generations of women have been denied a vote here it's become normal not too many say they want to vote but few want to be the first. they did ignoring the taboo and threats of violence in two thousand and fifteen local elections. warning that the women don't cast their votes in this village because they have no support from their families. they say if their families permit them they will vote. no they won't. cast my
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vote to break this cultural shift. amenities. and all nearly ten million more women have registered to vote for this year's general election than the last one in two thousand and thirteen for them to actually be able to pakistani law will need to overrule patriarchal tradition. the football world cup in russia has delivered another thrilling clash croatia beat england in the second semifinal the country is now heading to cease fire last ever was a cup final is a cover from an early goal to england to set up a find a showdown with frons. england put croatia under pressure from the get go forcing a foul on delhi ali and giving them that first chance on goal karen trippier with a perfectly timed free kick one for the three lions in the fifteen minutes.
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it took croatian to the sixty eight to break anyone's defense even parazit far more determined to get the ball than call woke up one zero. and despite multiple chances there were no more goals in the regular ninety minutes the game heading into actual time. in the one hundred ninety minutes my mind you catch with the decider in the score a pair search term provider and you wouldn't pick put him in goal was without a chance the this young three lions team's dream dashed in the most painful way while croatia celebrate reaching their first well cup final. and that's fine and he played on sunday against france krisha fans are optimistic heading into that big showdown let's take a look at how they celebrated their team's historic seventy five and victory
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in that their reaction in zagreb to strike a monument to kitchens extra time go on a go that took the small nation of roughly poor million to the press every blessed cup final in sometimes even trying to capture the moment after. the race. hands on now want cloud nine heading into the final. product you should still pay almost we're still trying to let this sink in the atmosphere is impossible it's unlike anything i've ever seen in my life for those who are going to. talk more about your boy you for your hair has no limits zagreb on fire croatia will be champion of the world on. fire it's the biggest victory in the history of christ in football but looking forward
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to the final and we'll pay france who's a. trained chef pants won't stop believing. this close to victory they can almost taste it. come back when you have to reason see what happens on sunday meanwhile you're watching the diving news coming to you live from berlin monica we have business news for you shortly. i. am not proud they will not succeed in dividing the south not succeed in taking the people off the streets because we're tired of this dictatorship. taking the stand global news that matters d. w.
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made for mines. sunday to. his work god is for tonight. the maestro. beethoven is just gone twenty. growing pains for the eurozone economy the uncertainty over global trade takes a chunk out of the blocks growth outlook also coming up in a twin attack washington lashes out at beijing and the world trade organization say china's trade policies are too thick for the w t o to tackle. and europe's business community wants stricter border controls could cost the economy millions of euros.
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welcome to the business of the ongoing trade conflict with the u.s. is already taking its toll on the economies of the euro zone the european commission has lowered its growth projections for the current year from two point three to two point one percent that's assuming the tariff tobacco doesn't intensify experts say any further escalation could have long term detrimental effects on all nineteen euro zone countries. well meanwhile the u.s. has a problem with foreign direct investment the amount of money coming into america from overseas plunged thirty two percent in twenty seventeen compared to the year before and the trade row with beijing is making matters worse in a twin attack washington has lashed out at beijing on the world trade organization saying that china's trade policies are too big for the double duty to tackle.
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some countries say china is raking in all the benefits of free trade but preventing its partners from enjoying the benefits to be had from asia's largest economy. at a world trade organization conference the chinese delegation try to convince them otherwise. we have significant no import tariffs voluntarily and continuous by they aren't off twenty eight seventeen import duties all over my hundred ten mines have been reduced with each great weight average tariff rate fourteen to two point four percent while china is facing overwhelming interest from foreign companies keen to invest hello w t o member the united states is experiencing less enthusiasm from china's business community that's partly because beijing has put the brakes on big corporate ventures abroad and wants to cash to stay at home and donald trump's hostile trade policies have also taken
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their toll. for years chinese companies pump increasing amounts of money into the us true foreign direct investments these peaked at more than twenty six billion dollars during the second half of twenty sixteen but increasing tensions between the two countries since trump became president in early twenty seventeen have caused a dramatic drop in such investments. no one knows what the long term consequences may be for what still the world's number one economy china however is certainly waiting in the wings. the united states could be softening its position on iran previous statements suggest washington aims to reduce the nation's oil exports to zero but secretary of state my compatriots says they make grand waivers to a handful of countries importing iran crude when sanctions it's not back in later
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this year u.s. officials have been meeting with the saudi energy minister to discuss keeping the oil market well supplied to avoid volatility the trouble administration has said it wants to deny iran revenue it's used to finance terrorism. while our stock exchange is charging way too much for financial market data following a complaint over steep prices the european securities and markets authority is reviewing what several european exchanges charge including deutsche of the euro next and both of them a bit according to european ball the prizes must be fair many operators pumped up prices significantly of the turn of the year. now for more on that story let's cross over to our stock market correspondent the last how to listening buy for us in frankfurt had to dortch a burst of course one of those stock exchanges under investigation so last what is sir george bush is saying about all that. well dutch of vs seems rather surprised
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about the investigation and they are saying they are charging fair prices now of course that is not a surprise coming from the company that is investigated here one of the compositions say because as you rightly pointed out there's a lot of forces a lot of stock exchanges under investigation for the same matter now it is a fact that the pricing has changed that all these exchanges towards their clients they have lowered pricing by up to sixty percent actually on the turn of the year for private clients they've raised it for business clients corporate clients that is algorithm traders high frequency traders and of course they've built their entire business on the data as of course they have to pay for it and i mean how important is the pricing for those exchanges and for their business model what happens if for example finds that the exchanges really charge too much. why would
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be a problem for them because the data pricing the selling data is becoming more and more important to the exchanges because of course we are in pretty much any business you can think of a data driven economy data is being sold by all sorts of companies look at apple look at google and the exchanges of course are completely run on data specifically in the last couple of years where we have switched from news driven markets to algorithm and data driven markets and so this has become the fastest growing segment for some of the exchanges here in frankfurt they made about one hundred fifty million dollars on it last year but it's growing fastly interesting to see how this investigation plays out in front thank you so much. well. businesses here in europe are grappling with europe's migration debate germany's interior minister wants asylum seekers at the border sent back but there is a catch germany is in the schengen area which means open borders allowing for the free
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flow of people goods and services stricter controls threaten the concept of just in time cross borders supply chains and that is why business warns millions of euros are at stake. this truck from hungary has arrived just in time the products are needed by the company. and germany's southwestern state of boston verdant panic the german company produces fans for example to be used in air conditioners showing the work with the hungry and plant makes the end product competitive supply chain delays due to new border controls would make the fans more expensive. and will be if we had to plan for a one in two more days in the supply chain then we need to build a storage hall for eight thousand parts at about two point five million euros the customers would likely have to live with longer delivery times that would be unacceptable and on affordable food. for that truck the bottleneck is the german
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austrian border where german police perform visual inspections to prevent refugees from entering the country illegally that leads to long traffic jams at the border on certain days from january to may twenty eight hundred four thousand six hundred attempted an authorized entries into germany were registered of those two thousand four hundred fifty individuals were turned away many were hidden on the trucks cargo beds. in munich it's rush hour at the wholesale produce market hundreds of trucks deliver fresh fruits and vegetables from southern europe every day they all depend on open borders. then a country gets his fruit from southern italy increased passport controls directly at the border crossings would delay his deliveries from italy considerably. material out of the thousands we deal with fresh produce of this would certainly have an effect on the prices and of course on the quality it is decisive if the
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delivery truck has been on the road for twenty four more hours here if a few of the big sis with longer waiting times at the border crossings such as from italy some dealers fear that some tropical fruits would disappear from the market completely. trade is a permanent race against time and against low margins. because things get worse people would get laid off the fewer hours business volume reduced wealth is those are the effects that come with this i don't need to tell anyone if you have a company and it's not going as well as it should then the consequences are simple and if it gets really bad you shut down through every delay at the border would cost chaos in the supply chains that have already developed and would cause incalculable economic damages the schengen agreement is at stake. or border controls are not just a problem here in europe possibly it's a busy time also for chinese customs official explaining what the billions of
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dollars in tariffs could mean for the companies manufacturing the affected products takes time and trouble china is encouraging companies to push towards other export markets within its ambitious belt and road initiative even as the project itself as seen some setbacks. as its trade war with the u.s. rages on china is anxious to show it can withstand the pressure the commerce ministry has taken pains to show customs representatives helping firms come to grips with the cherubs. whose rice wine is on the latest proposed list of products to be taxed but officials told chinese state television that duties imposed earlier are hitting its manufacturing sector the most. in our city there are three categories of enterprises and the bearing industry on machine manufacturing and electronic products and we visited more than twenty companies. officials and. say their strategy is to push towards other markets especially those within china's
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ambitious belton road project that's the name of the initiative to boost trade and investment along the former silk trade routes from asia to europe to africa. and we will continue to expand economic in trade cooperation with countries along the belgian road in the first quarter of this year export to these countries accounted for thirty five percent. of our. business. you can check out the online all follow us on facebook and twitter for more.
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artist all of the years and i'm here to divest all the work. and many are trying a talk in austria has a multitude of outdoor activities. first up though it's time to celebrate i want reason well because lithuania a small country in north eastern europe is celebrating its one hundredth birthday and nine hundred eighteen if you wait here declared itself independent of russia for the first time along with the stone and latvia all three of them lie on the baltic sea and sea gather they make up what is known as the baltic states make the iranian left the soviet union twenty eight years ago and finally became a free republic choral singing is one of the country's population dish and and they love the festivals too so what better way for the locals to celebrate this milestone in history than with a music festival of bega better than ever before. cause
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. you some twelve thousand people crowded onto the stage at the song festival in vilnius the massive choir struck up the lithuanian national anthem and for a few minutes the country stood still and listened. i being here in person to hear it was a special experience for many lithuanians. was everybody but i feel very excited and i am very seriously exciting to be five months now such a big test it's a big part of us proud of you was sitting here having five i don't have to move to five in just all the best emotions you'll feel this there unit you know i have you
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and the virus that's crazy it's crazy. everywhere i go one family. was. the song festival is lithuania's paramount cultural event it's held every four years. and click lithuanians come from the world over to join in. march to nineteen twenty four where it's been listed with unesco's intangible cultural heritage since two thousand and eight the song festivals in latvia and estonia choral singing as an essential part of the baltic republics identities and histories so we like to say that we sang our way to freedom we had the singing revolution at the end of the eighty's and that have a huge amount of songs that are about freedom that are about our identity our nation. this time. the festival with its songs mass dances and procession to the
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singers stage had a special significance. one hundred years have passed since lithuania declared independence from russia the first time and laid the foundation of today's lithuanian republic. on this antenna the festival is an emotional experience for many of the performers and visitors. who want to hear it on the west three and all just really very soon you're part of it is very well we're all american like playing it so we all came from around the globe to come to participate in it and i think that's also it's really bringing us back to our roots just by fashion in the same way that you have nationalism which can be a negative thing these days with national pride to skate with the world the song festival is itself a tradition that focuses heavily on tradition but today's lithuania is
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a very modern country that draws newcomers one reason maybe all talented vilnius lithuania is an innovator with information technology europe's largest bloc chain center opened here in twenty eighteen its engineers work on refining data encryption villiers's art scene is also fresh vibrant and confident designers like you know it's give their work a uniquely baltic touch their ideas reflect nature's influence patterns with drops of water and waves. i was travelling or on baltic sea and i was trying to find out what is really baltic. and i think yes the lakes and woods it's truly baltic. lithuanian cuisine has also undergone changes in recent years restaurants like the heir to leo now must in vilnius make their own interpretations of traditional dishes with homegrown ingredients. if you study me
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you'd all be. a lot off because up ourselves on the plains and you cut by and i opened it. and it's different the difference so we have for so fine dining. to feel. looks nice. even with modernization picking up the pace the song festival is a celebration of tradition. was the way mia is a young alternation with something to celebrate on it's and henry. i i . from one send tannery we tend to another in our express but first we have news for you on the
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latest person to be awarded the very prestigious prize. this year's premium in perry out prize goes to french actress catherine deneuve the announcement came on wednesday in berlin and the award honest her impressive acting career spanning over sixty years the premium in periander is considered the art world's nobel prize presented by the japan off association it recognizes outstanding contributions in art architecture film and theater and another laureates this year is a time in conduct a recount i'm new to the awards are to be presented on october twenty third in tempe at. the realm luxury hotel will reopen on thursday in the cafeteria. in paris after being closed for four years for renovations the art deco hotel first opened in nineteen ten famous guests include
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ernest hemingway and pablo picasso the renovations cost around two hundred million euros and prices were staying overnight in one of its one hundred eighty four rooms and suites which started eight hundred fifty euros. britain's royal air force celebrated its centennial in london on tuesday queen elizabeth the second attended the ceremony the royal family including princes charles william and harry watched the air show from the balcony of buckingham palace while thousands of spectators gathered in front. of. the british air force was founded in one thousand nine hundred eighteen in the final year of world war one and is considered the world's first independent air force. icelandic danish artist all of us and is not for playing with people senses he's devoted to developing ideas and thanks he does this by using materials like.
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water light and air temperature to enhance the view is experience like you can see here many of his sculptures and large scale art installations have been displayed around the world and very rarely in a museum there saying that he's probably best known for the weather project at the tate modern and lunch at this site specific installation and point a semicircular screen a saving of marriage is an artificial mist to create a dazzling sound that enchanted over two million people. now he has a new show opening which depicts a much softer less side of his work the exhibition called water colors in munich spin you have to take is not what you might expect the images present his multi-faceted skills as a draftsman. these humble works of art or a far cry from monumental installations. on the man who made them he's
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actually famous for his spectacular highly emotive pieces. but his current exhibition in munich spinnaker take them more than a shows a different side of the artist. a more delicate frugal such an aside. this block used to hold a chunk of ice when it melted it left its shape inside hardened concrete. only four and yes on had a few ice chunks left over so he placed them on watercolor paper to fool examining what it means to let twenty thousand years melt away this is not the first time he's led a part of the world around him make a self-portrait on it so his first kinetic dream experiments were twenty years ago with his father he was also an artist as well as a cook on a fishing boat. you know and i have no we asked ourselves what if the boat were a pencil and the sea were making the drawing. stiffed one day what would it look
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like if we flipped the motion of the boat and the waves around here and saw the motion of the sea becomes the motion of the hands doing the drawing us spirit and how would that look at this than i was him. so he dipped a ball in ink placed it on a sheet of paper and let waves and time do the rest it turns out the sea favors clean lines and surprising turns each a new strain sion is a study of the inexorable flow of time and as in all of his works an urgent cool few is to engage as he gives his nice and calm for this is not about comfort. you to visit this is about taking part in the production and accepting the fact that you are also responsible for what you see ceased. it seems our consumers left between spotlights on the white wall automatically tend to become
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active produces even without any prompting by the museum. some of these dances main even have asked themselves the same thing the artist did . give us is that now about what is drawing anyway is it us making an impression of the world or is it the world's ability to make impressions on us. visitors to the munich exhibition who ponder that question too long run the risk of missing an especially bad flying machine. to be in conspicuous peace hangs near the exit every few minutes and begins to oscillate but to see what it actually does he was have to close their earnings the machine drawings and proves that installations don't have to overwhelm to impress neither does the owner for any assigned. and the exhibition will be on it in munich till at. september
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now there's a growing trend amongst environmentalists to live a green self-sufficient life but it is not always easy yes you can grow produce in your garden and farm animals too but what you do when you want to caffeine fix coffee beans don't grow in every country do that however there is now a coffee shop in hamburg that imports its coffee without making a mark on their carbon footprint that's because the coffee that this shop by is delivered to them on a sailing ship i do love the idea but it has its price. the album tour cargo sailing ship has arrived in hamburg carrying a very special consignment that we've been out and about since eight am ship is docked so we can start unloading the coffee at the gate hundreds of bags of coffee each weighing about seventy kilos have to be unloaded by hand it's hard work for
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these volunteers. who don't know how are they holding up. substituting one the others just started the aventura cargo sailing ship just got in from nicaragua last winter captain cornelius spoke a man and his crew set sail for the central american country there they picked up fair trade coffee and returned to hamburg with it could only a spark a man spent two years refurbishing the nearly century old vessel now it carries freight across the world's oceans. especially because. we're doing this for idealistic reasons we're not making a profit in fact we're financing this project out of our own pockets i started it because i wanted to do something for the environment. home and it from hamburg celebre hito coffee association had been waiting for just such a project and promptly ordered two tons of fair trade coffee beans what they wanted to protest against those huge container ships which are major polluters and show
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that alternatives exist that we can choose different transport methods so having our coffee delivered from nicaragua with the sailing ship makes a powerful statement of. the coffee bags are distributed with cargo bikes so the entire journey from nicaragua to germany and within hamburg is one hundred percent emissions free the coffee idealists hope others will be inspired but alas dirty container ships are still the norm. the feds transporting all coffee only on sailing ships is not a realistic alternative if there's just too much coffee for that. and few people are willing to pay the extra cost we need to set prices in the mid range to ensure we have enough buyers for the five. hundred fifty grams of this coffee can be had for seven euros fifty which makes this brand about ten percent more expensive than most other fair trade coffee but every car is guaranteed to be an
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environmentally guilt free. problem place known for the strong and delicious coffee is it's really and that's where we're off to now milan is the second largest city in the country and locals there are notoriously known for having a great sense of style those who can afford it have tastefully decorated houses or apartments to architects giovanna equality canario is no exception her apartment stretches over three floors and two hundred eighty square meters at first glance the building scene unspectacular but as the saying goes never judge a book by its cover. this is my lamb's quarter teach in a zip district it's home to many historic buildings but some of the streets have dried architecture dating from one thousand nine hundred fifty s.
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even so giovanni conejo still wanted to move into the eighth floor of this building she transformed it into a luxury as living space i think you mean. inside it's anything but dull and dreary. the open plan living room is flooded with light . turned to apartments into one now has two hundred eighty square metres of floor space. to this house because of the latter because of terrorists. and decide to draw displays echo didn't elaborate to do in the day and so every room. s. a different view of site and a different proportion with the light giovanni. fifty's era design these eye
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catching chairs are upholstered with fabric used to cover on train seats and this shown prove a swing on lamp is also a design classic from one nine hundred fifty as is the couch. if you can use it some of these sounds. if you can see it on the other side looking to the direction that clever some of. the architect designed some of the furniture herself concluding this oversized couch. and the shelving units across from its kitchen is located on the same floor. cornélie are employing plenty of stainless steel to make her kitchen durable and functional. with just a splash of color. who is that strawman see us to use that for the.
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this is the man i was then in space with this evil from the fifty's drawn by both the family in the chair and from the same yes. a narrow staircase integrated into the shelving unit leads up to the ninth floor. and. this used to be a windowless room that was used to storage space cornelia replaced the concrete walls with glass touching the room into a studio. to. establish a play is well they. do in there we can go in the evening to look at few more to work at. because it's a completely is a latent box and you can't imagine to be in a town. the studio is almost completely encircled by an eighty square metre u. shaped terrace. you can stay here everything in the world king of working with
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plants and it's like to be in on days. from the terrace you can get to the thames for which the architect also designed herself she calls it someday. i might be able to the glass outside the side of the roof to you it's because you'll never have your feet completely free so get what you have to do is. looking out from a line from here puts the building some considered eyesores into a whole new light. before we leave you today we want to give you a little a draw. randall and rush yes the adventure park in our series episode today is the most scary of them all because this outdoor park you don't sit on rides and just let the machines throw you around you have to jump dive swing or climb to create
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the thrills yourself every hour forty seven in the austrian alps is a big hit for the extremes for sports fans but is it sensible for beginners too and if you can get there then maybe just watching it now will make your stomach. area forty seven interview a park in the austrian alps is a real treat for fans of the great outdoors. the park offered us what may be the world's greatest variety of open air activities in such a compact space. he said the platform was time to get going and in the bag here you can try out all the trying to mountain sports that's them have all this is the area the idea behind area forty seven is to have a location where visitors can get to know all the sports. and a relaxed and laid back atmosphere. around one
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quarter of a million visitors mostly young man flock here between may and september the main attraction is the hive ropes course. that visitors here want more than what conventional parks offer. as i would look up and it's physical activity not just letting yourself be driven around. it's more of an adrenaline rush than a merry go round here you have to do the hard work yourself on this we've done this often at a high ropes course it was always fun cool. carrying twenty seven meters above the ground the high ropes course is one of europe's highest open air climbing facilities it takes several hours to complete. extensional i who co-managers area forty seven is a climber and freak ladder himself but the high ropes course also welcomes amateurs . because it's your own on that side not everyone has the physical condition to scale the three thousand metre mountain with a rope and pick we can to get through but we offer everyone the chance to experience that thrill within
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a very safe environment or to me without spending months preparing and training as a mountain climber like faults a bit i had. to be jane is the european cradle of outdoor extreme sports since the late nineteenth. seventy's rafting has been one of the most popular summer activities in the alps the park offers daily tours on the rivers in and it's. the tour takes about two hours. this month the rapids the feeling all of it the water fantastic good i have a great article backdrop great guides it was fun the whole team was super. this is one for the truly great the mega swing involves a plunge from a height of thirty metres towards a paved parking lot. but it looks more dangerous than it actually is.
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i'm bailing out and i don't society people want an adrenaline rush in as much action as possible but it has to be safe there's a mentality is insure me against everything that it is so. the average visitor spends three days at area forty seven the price for individual activities ranges from eighty to one hundred twenty one here on this many think it's money well spent . pays off we're all freestyle motor crossers and freestyle b.m.x. writers so we're already adrenaline junkies i'm planning to come soon you know for sundays or something we had so much fun credible i want the weather is crazy it's wonderful. despite the hard work out visitors don't pack it in early here in ny time is party time at area forty seven. well i guess that is a good way it's about off the it seems all of you love amusement parks today we've
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enjoyed having all of you say and is if you just share your disney was a popular destination of course for many of you whether when you were with. your favorite characters all you were out there on a trip it's. sammy and he had some very memorable days among she will do you keep the photos coming and you can send them to us at via the website and by doing so you will be in with a chance of winning this a year max a watch and. the website address is well it's a said to check it out as we've come to the end of the program thanks so much for watching everyone and until next time take carry. on the next edition of the romantics for landscape architect enzo and their dreams are like sculptures created by mother nature to celebrate these works of natural art she's opened a tree museum near lake zurich it boasts a fraud range of species from across the globe to treat as art let's talk more
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play . this is deja vu news coming to you live from berlin and donald trump declares i believe in nato the u.s. president reconfirms his commitment to the military alliance while boasting of winning big spending concessions from nato allies we get an update from brussels as well as london also coming up. a model and legal battle over digital data in a landmark charging rent a german core group facebook must grant
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a grieving mother access to her dead daughter's account. because it was a trilling of historic win for krrish and the second semifinal of the world cop striker mario monti the kitchen scored the winning goal against england in extra time his team's two one victory was followed by an endless nights of celebrations by the creation. and opening a window to the rod of gone business when the royal mob movie is helping women and girls get access to digital technology to desk with david levy will bring more. than. one of a warm welcome to you i'm on the touchy. one of nato as most tumultuous summits ever has ended with u.s. president donald trump making some strides into the highly critical remarks aimed
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specially of germany trump has now arrived in britain for talks with prime minister to resign and with the queen before leaving the summit in brussels trump really infirmed his commitment to nato and said that the allies had all agreed to increase their contributions to the budget he also denied reports that the u.s. had threatened to pull out of the alliance if other member states failed to follow through on this spending promises get back from. the german chancellor angela merkel also spoke at the close of the nato summit she said she felt the alliance was still strong but that member states needed to do more for each other have a listen this morning the question was again raised what we need to do for our defense. and i made it clear for germany that we know that we need to do more and we have been doing more for some time. we started moving in that direction long ago we are doing it for our own soldiers but also of course for the alliance. we are
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doing this in the face of changes to the security situation we have recognized the latest with the attack on ukraine and the annexation of crimea. so that was a german chancellor angela merkel talking as the nato summit in brussels wrapped up for more on the story let me draw in our correspondents from the nato headquarters in brussels we have teri schultz and from london our correspondent bigot math welcome to both if you let me start with you too terry where we've had two very tumultuous day after the nato summit some highs some low as what was the key outcome do you think. if you believe nato officials and donald trump this summit was a huge success one of the best ever one of the most productive ever president trump did in fact at the end other countries budgets that we'll have to wait and see if they come come out to be true he said that canada would be spending two percent by
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two thousand and twenty four which may or may not be envisioned he also said germany is going to spend more and of course we don't know if chancellor merkel can get that through through parliament but what was important to nato is that is that donald trump came out and said that the united states supports the alliance and he supports european allies and that there is no threat to article five that's the principle of mutual defense and in fact he did that he also took a lot of credit for the alliance staying together and he said that everybody in the room thanked him for going to meet president putin so yeah it was it was quite an entertaining press conference there were also some alarming things that he said but i think that everyone here was relieved at the outcome. to you know big donor trump is not in london his visit is controversial for ordinary people in britain but donald trump himself said at this press conference teddy mentioned that the british public loves him what the situation. well you be
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pretty much followed by protests wherever you go we are near the ambassador's residence here in regent's park in the center of london people are gearing up for some protests here there are protests expected tomorrow and when donald trump will have tea with the queen and also in scotland where he's traveling down on friday evening also for the weekend so pretty much a lot of protests expected almost two million people have petitioned for the invitation to be withdrawn so that's already set the scene a while ago and now a recent poll said that the majority of british people feel that he makes the world a more dangerous place so not exactly a very welcome very friendly welcome by by a lot of british people tell you turning to you know the nato summit became all about money and spending contributions in fact the new british foreign secretary jeremy hunt supports the view that nato allies should be spending about two percent
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of the g.d.p. as britain or a ready does why was this focus on the spending been so important for donald trump at the summit that's because the united states has always carry a disproportionate share of the nato budget the u.s. puts about three point five percent of its g.d.p. into defense and all nato allies have agreed to present as a reasonable target for them to reach at this point only eight allies including the us do that so that leaves a lot of twenty nine members who aren't spending what they've all agreed is the proper amount to be put into their own militaries that's what trump was after and it appears that he got some of what he wanted here and didn't you not a big get on donald trump is there for a day and a huff what is planned during his visit there because you said a lot of protests are planned in london but he's not going to be spending much time there is he. he's not going to spending that much time but he's going to stay you know overnight or with the u.s.
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ambassador then tomorrow the crucial political meeting with prime minister may and checkers which is in the countryside there's going to be pretty much cut off from a new protests there one would think and he's having tea with the queen and windsor again behind thick walls say protesters are not going to get very close to him but they're going to be there tens of thousands of people have get up to protest of course there are also other people that welcome his visit republicans abroad also some of the breaks it tears he does have links to to some great cities in the u.k. so these people are looking forward and of course there is the wish of britain to revive this mythical special relationship that does exist between the u.s. and the u.k. the question is is he going to be a reliable partner and if we look at what happened at nato and at the to and fro that can be doubted that and that's a question of course a lot of the nato allies are also asking bigot miles in london tell you sure in brussels thank you both very much for sharing your perspectives with us now let's
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take a look at some other stories making news around the was the british government has published a new blueprint for the country's exit from the e.u. new drugs minister dominic graham too in parliament the proposal him to keep britain in a free market for goods a looser relationship with services the new plans prompted the form of foreign secretary and brags that minister to resign earlier this week. the catalan separatist leader. could soon be extradited to spain that's after a german court cleared his extradition on a charge that he misused public funds put him out flat spin last year after attempting to declare catalonia as independence he's been in germany since march. israel has released video of its forces attacking syrian military positions near the golan heights the country said its forces hit three targets in retaliation
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after a syrian drone entered israeli air space syrian forces are pressing ahead towards the golan heights an area that israel captured from syria in one nine hundred sixty seven. germany's highest private law court has ordered facebook to give the parents of the deceased user access to her data the couple had been fighting for years to find out the course of their fifteen year old daughter's death hoping her facebook account would give them some clues. almost six years ago at teenage girl was run over by an underground train in berlin whether it was you sad or tragic accidental still unknown the parents made a threat to get access to her facebook page to find out if the messages provided any clues of they have to log in code the site was blocked as facebook had already memory allies to account after facebook refused to grant them actually the parents went to first case and twenty fifteen only for another court to overturn the ruling
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on the grounds that opening the account would compromise the privacy of the two natures contact. in the latest verdict the federal court ruled that the parents can inherit it daughter's facebook account. so we have an. analogue documents like diaries and personal letters are readily passed on from an inheritance point of view there's no reason to treat digital content differently utah. are just a bond. until now liars and activists advise people to make their own arrangements until such time that there was a final ruling cottage i fundamentally advise people to take care of there are staying one way to do that is by issuing a letter of authorization which can include how digital data is dealt with in case of death if. not include you designate someone you trust and ideally give them power of attorney. for enough to be given so it is in part to take care of once did
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to chill legacy but not everyone is aware of that and they have a say so we're not going to i haven't thought about what happens to it when i die. or photos are also digital inheritance i now print them off for my daughter and put them into a little album on the top on the as open as i will and it's really sort of old enough to think about if you have to so not at all no. really just to make this somewhat difficult topic because i'm personally affected right now since someone i know died and the question came up what happens to their facebook account. may be to. be deleted. never thought about it i don't know the federal court's decision quick now said the president for how do i need deals with the do to chill i can see in the future.
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joining me not is a billion new on. the social media desk and he's here to talk to us about this landmark ruling and facebook's policy when it comes to digital inheritance welcome we have not discovered what is happening to our facebook accounts of n.b.c. boss away well assuming that the user hasn't done anything before they've passed away facebook does offer a form for their next of kin or friends on facebook to fill out we have it here to look at you can choose to either personally delete your account which can be done by next of kin of course they have to prove that the person is dead that they have the legal ability to do that on behalf of the deceased person a second option that's more common is the account is memorialized that allows the town to stay active stay open to make it is sort of a memorial site for for the deceased person they can leave condolence messages well wishes for the family etc but of course this doesn't happen automatically someone has to go ahead and tell facebook of the person is has died and that the account
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should be memorialized so the record here in germany is ruined that the mother of the deceased teenager should be given access by facebook to her account what the implications of this is the yeah well of course it's a special case of this fifteen year old the parents actually did have the password for the account that was actually a stipulation between the parents and the daughter to have a facebook account at all someone must have already memorialized that town this way the parents were locked out of the account despite having the password so if you want to take care of this ahead of time and think about it before you pass away you can appoint someone called a legacy contact that something someone at facebook provides a friend of yours a facebook friend of yours to control your facebook and event that you may have that you that you die. this includes facebook friends what information about you remains online what doesn't except the friend request etc of course you have many many social media accounts facebook is only one of them which is why i t. experts suggest put all of your information usernames passwords etc. onto a u.s.b.
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stick keep it somewhere safe tell a friend tell next of kin tell a parent where that is so they become responsible a digital power of attorney so to speak of what to do because that's not what happened in this case which is why this possibly first of a kind of law or not a law but a ruling in the court today is so important it means that facebook users the digital space becomes much like our real world assets our money our houses our cars etc what to do with with our assets when they die because right now regardless of where you live and live in the world if you are using facebook the default is that your account is just there and it's frozen it's not able to be easily accessed by someone which is an issue that's become very important over time it's estimated that eight thousand facebook users die every single day which means over time we're going to have more dead facebook users than a life facebook users so this is something to think about as people think about estate planning and what to do with their with their with their digital life in
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their digital death it's obviously something not many people think about but he was saying that it's very important that people reacted with what's of need to add if into the digital inheritance in that wrecked yes so really you know if you've got film didn't economy is beginning to feel the pinch thank you very much amrita the ongoing trade conflict with the u.s. is already taking its toll on the economies of the eurozone european commission has lowered its growth predictions for the current year from two point three to two point one percent doesn't sound much but that's assume that the tariff debacle doesn't intensify expose any further escalation could have long term detrimental effects of all nineteen euro zone countries. the u.s. has a problem with keeping up with receipts of foreign direct investment the amount of money coming into america from overseas plunged thirty two percent in twenty seventeen better the year before and the trade route with beijing is making matters worse in a twin attack washington has lashed out to beijing and the world trade organization
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saying china's trade policies are too big for all to tackle some countries say china is raking in all the benefits of free trade but preventing its partners from enjoying the benefits to be had from asia's largest economy. and a world trade organization conference the chinese delegation try to convince them otherwise. we have significant no it import tariffs one terribly and continuous five they aren't off twenty seventeen import duties on over my hundred ten mines had to be reduced with the trade weighted average tariff rate fourteen to two point four percent while china is facing overwhelming interest from foreign companies keen to invest fellow w t o member the united states is experiencing less enthusiasm from china's business community that's
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partly because beijing has put the brakes on big corporate ventures abroad and once the cash to stay at home and donald trump's hostile trade policies have also taken their toll. for years chinese companies pumped increasing amounts of money into the us true foreign direct investments these peaked at more than twenty six billion dollars during the second half of twenty sixteen but increasing tensions between the two countries since trump became president in early twenty seventeen have caused a dramatic drop in such investments. no one knows what the long term consequences may be for what still the world's number one economy china however is certainly waiting in the wings our stock exchange is charging way too much for financial data following a complaint of estate prices the european securities and markets authority is
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reviewing fees from several european exchanges including euro next to bolster the moderate according to european law prices must be fair when you're operating as pumped up prices significantly at the start of the year. well let's cross over to last how to who's in front put out george burns or one of the exchanges under investigation laws what is torture those are saying about all this. while the orchard bursal obviously says that they are actually charging a fair price for their data that is obviously not a surprise the company has to of course make its case and they are actually saying that they have lowered their prices by about sixty percent for private customers which is of course just one segment of their target audience the other segment of course are big companies corporate clients algorithm traders that high frequency traders and they have built of course their entire business model on data that they
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receive directly from the exchanges to feed their algorithms for trading and of course they have to pay a price for that if the e.u. authorities find that the exchanges have charged too much would be a defect in the. well right now it would be about one hundred fifty million euro worth of revenue that the frankfurt stock exchange is making on that but it has been there fastest growing sector over the last couple of years because as you know daniel we are very much a data driven economy and data is being sold by all sorts of companies internet companies the banks of course and the stock exchanges of course sit on a trove of data that can be used is specially now that we have moved from a news driven economy or news driven marketplace to an algorithm driven marketplace so there is a lot of value in the a and if they can't get a fair price for that as they see of course then that has a rather big impact. data being compared to resources like oil it's that valuable
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loss how to thank you very much. football's not coming home or at least not coming home to england as. the football world cup and russia has delivered another thrilling clash cruise ship beat england in the second seventy five and the country is now heading for the first ever once cup final strike a model months of good scored the winning goal in extra time giving his team a three a two one win fans in the creation captains are driven by weaving national flags lighting flares in this celebrated late into the night the country bill faced france in the final on sunday. i watched that match on television but oliver moody from the sports desk was in the stadium for that match last night what was it like all the talk talk us through that very thrilling match
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between creation and england. well we knew it would be an evenly matched encounter and so it proved a really tight clash that could have gone either way right up to the end of extra time and each side had spells of dominance through the game although it has to be said croatia did have the better of the game and that was reflected in the scoreline at the end but before we go any further into it let's have a look at exactly what happened shall we let's take a look at the highlights right now. being limp in croatia and the pressure from the get go forcing a foul on delhi alley and giving england their first chance and go karen chippy a with a perfectly timed free kick one nil for the three lions in the fifteen minutes. it took croatian to the sixty eight to break anyone's defense even parazit far more determined to get the ball than call walka one all i and despite multiple chances there were no more goals in the regular ninety minutes the game heading into extra
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time. in the one hundred ninth minute marmande you catch with the decider i score a parasitic turn provider and you wouldn't pick for it in the england goal was without a chance. this young three lions team's dream dashed in the most painful way while croatia celebrate reaching their first world cup final. so it was quite an into tanning match to watch what do you make of the performances of both teams. well i think roger didn't start that circularly well aside from conceding the goal they looked off the pace for much of the first half england very much dominant in that period of the game but once they started to take a bit more control luka moderates the sense with fielder get his foot on the ball and dictate the game england didn't really have an answer once gratian really got
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up to the full fly. i thought it was very impressive the way that gray should maintain the energy levels throughout the game you know they had been to extra time and penalties in their two previous games and yet they still looked fresher than england in the latter stages when you be expecting them to drop off physically as we could see from the goals where the players basically just reacted more quickly than the english players and that's ultimately what led to their victory for england it is a tough difficult pill to swallow even if they did lose to the better side let's hear now what's a coach gareth southgate had to say about the match you know the moment we all feel the pain of that if we did did we expect to be in this position. i don't think realistically any of us did. but when you got to this point and we've played in the way we haven't played as well as we did in the first half then. you know you want to take those opportunities in life so you know the dressing room and all of the
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staff it's very difficult place at the moment he's looking so disappointed that well it must be tough for everyone involved in the england team to digest that loss but can they take away any positives. yes certainly i mean i think at the moment is a feeling of what might have been for england in the early spell of dominance that they had they felt they could have scored more goals and if they had perhaps we'd be talking about an entirely different result now but regardless of that i think there are a lot of positives for england to take away from this tournament they completely changed the narrative surrounding the national team in england gone is the cynicism of tournament gone by where basically the fans and the players just didn't really feel that connected that's completely changed there is such a close connection between the supporters and the team has been at this tournament certainly it's a young team as well they've got the right coach in place so the future does look
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bright there but this tournament was just a bit too soon for them they've been beaten by a very good gracious side it has to be said a gracious side that now goes on to compete in its first ever world cup final and are they feeling confident you bet they are let's say it was like a doll it's the question coach has to say about the upcoming final you should get a look at it we haven't heard the last word yet we're taking it slow and just moving forward there is still one game ahead of us where the historic final but we want to stop you know that we are here we will stay in moscow we'll stay in moscow and we will be the world champions. just so dull it sounds pretty confident they only have not give me so far they're so desperate to win what do you think can be trunks in the final on sunday. well as good as crozier have been i think this is by far going to be the biggest challenge at the tournament so far france are
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a totally different proposition to england they are much more talented side they're very solid in defense as well they can have kept for clean sheets this world cup already. around and some of the t.t. is sense about just look rock solid talented attacking players to like killing them by playing on one greaseman who have been through the best players of the tournament for me aside from that as i already mentioned croatia have been to extra time not three times in the last three games not to put that into context they've essentially played a whole extra game compared to france who have won all of their knockout games in normal time at some point you have to think that physically that's going to affect them so they'll need all of that fighting spirit that we've seen from them to come through this one that's what i'm looking forward to the final i'm sure so are you oliver. thank you very much for that update from moscow and turning away from football and tennis there has reached the wimbledon final after beating yelena lost to pinkel in straight sets is the second time the german has been to
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the final of the all england club care were made a quick make quick work of the latvian winning the match six three six three in just over an hour. last final in two thousand and sixteen and then losses to reno williams she could face a rematch with the seven time champion on saturday with williams against georgia in today's other semifinal. it was indeed obvious coming up ahead of the female pfizer doesn't of gama songs on mean big men face opposition from some male colleagues but our correspondent found that their contributions of national security is increasingly accepted by the of god in government. and opening a window on the wild of ever gone business woman a lawyer is helping women and girls gain access to digital technology culture desk and tell us more. or there's a more coming up shortly if you're watching the w.'s live from but then to stay
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starts july twenty first d.w. . this is g.w.'s coming to you live from berlin i'm under thirty madrid to have your company our top stories u.s. president dollar trump has reached the founders commitment to nato at the end of the two day summit he also boasted of winning increases in spending from nato allies trump has now arrived in britain. and in a landmark judgement a german court has ruled that facebook must grant grieving parents access to their dead daughter's account the couple hope to give them clues in the course of their fifteen year old daughter's death. the one item on the agenda of the nato summit was of ghana stan where increasing numbers of women are joining the afghan army
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about nine hundred are now serving and they often face opposition from their male colleagues or their families but the contribution that women can make to national security especially once nature soldiers leave this is increasingly been recognized by the government in kabul. ha scene is exhausted after more than three hours of field training it's hot and dusty in the mountains around kabul here young women female soldiers in the afghan army are being trained for combat. just staying at home with your parents or with your husband that's easy but i want to experience something different something that challenges me that won't be lacking in the army combat training two hours earlier women in the army of a country where it's only men who are in charge in which the word of the tribal leaders applies and in combat units there are several reasons for this firstly the group as they are not allowed to take women as prisoners they cannot even touch
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them that's for britain in our traditions and in such cases the army needs women not that i should be going to the one i made on weapons training many men become deserted is because the family at home in the village is having problems or the head of the tribe is calling for them women are needed to fill in the gaps. the second reason. is that i'm personally i have no problem with the army and no problem with not being in a unit with men others may see this differently and criticize but. at the fulcrum of what kind of men there's plenty of criticism of the women who leave their tribe and join the army but often there are tangible economic problems behind it. to hold them in civilian life women have always had a difficult time finding work even in public administration or in the government the army which was always considered particularly conservative gives women
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a chance it's a pioneer and we are quite proud of that. and. the armed forces are undergoing an unstoppable revolution that is still far from civilian afghanistan patriarchal structures are breaking up because the pressure is high and the situation simply requires it. we have a daunting task here in afghanistan namely to bring about peace. we need everyone who is willing to help including women. at some point the nato soldiers will leave then the afghan army will be expected to guarantee the security of the country kabul will be glad of anyone willing to continue the fight against the taliban whether they're men or women. and talking about fighting the taliban we have another inspirational story from afghanistan with software executive who is fighting the taliban with education she was sixteen when she first
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got to use a computer off of the taliban fed and she eventually became one of only female executives at the age of twenty three with software. but it wasn't enough to live her own dream she used to earnings to a head start the digital citizens fund teaching young women how to code despite receiving threats from the. one the story i had with me david leavitt's from. welcome david what an incredibly amazing twists and what an incredible person who. her fund has taught twelve thousand women and children how to use computers to make a living how even a start up their own businesses like she did and she's continued funding this project even after the taliban threatened to kill her she was forced to move from from afghanistan to new york in two thousand and fourteen but she says that the death threat didn't stop her because it actually spurred her on to do better work
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she says that the taliban thrives on keeping people ignorant and that she wants to give them information. in western afghanistan. here the girls and learning computer programming. it's being made possible by the digital citizen fund the organization helps women and girls in developing countries gain access to digital education roy a mom who co-founded the nonprofit organization. the woman's and there were special because they rated area like afghanistan they only know one reality because that field to interview with but they're still fighting community fathers and the teacher and the schools but once they connect to the wall they find different realities where the skills as difficult to keep woman said from computer basics for beginners to complex programming courses with the digital citizen fund wants to change afghan society to do that the women and girls are also taught financial
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literacy important for entrepreneurs when i when i see the girl go live for the first time i see that excitement and that her phrase and that's is important because if women get the financial independence this is has the power to drive it that we can change our society to see it through to the woman the organization has already brought more than fifty thousand girls between the ages of twelve and eighteen on line. vision is to raise afghanistan status as a high tech nation a vision she also passes on to the young women. really and i believe that a major nation is a very powerful tools that never give up. never give up she is saying. under the label of you have to remind us says goes a bit men couldn't even go to school and now she's opening up a wood for them which is skills at that time absolutely and now she's got graduates
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who are even running their own businesses one of them is a teenage girl who has twenty five employees working for her startup that sells handicrafts we have to remember there are still a lot of societal pressures in afghanistan for women to stay at home and what's fascinating is that my boob says that wearing tech skills can actually help women in that situation strike a compromise. especially i think that there are great tools for the women in conservative muslim community because it's help them to say at home and still they can be quick with it will help them to work and then also if they have a host life or be i stand all in the family and brother and father both all of them are because of the water whether or situation they have to stay at home i think when i see the woman walk a line and make money that so that's a that's a very different take from the one that we hear of course in europe and the west but my boobs makes the point that earning money even within the home can help women
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earn more respect from their family members and from society and by the way her digital citizen fund is expanding they already are working with women in mexico and they hope to start working with women and other countries in trade david evans thank you very much for being a state uplifting story for us thank you sir made there. and there's another one who's trying to bring about change and talking about technology and women people all over the world are dancing and they're posting videos of themselves online like these ones using the hash tag john think is going to cry that's because in iran dancing in traffic is in fact a crime it's been illegal since the islamic revolution in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine and that has been sparking new controversy after the arrest of this young woman seventeen year old mother for job the hundreds of videos of herself dancing to push and pop songs as support comes in from across the globe this to
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widespread criticism in iran and for a rest including from members of. so as we could never give up let me bring you up to defeat some of the stories making news around the world. at least fifty people have died in the quad following a monsoon that caused landslides and flooding in areas around the capital. official reports the water levels have risen over a meter in some areas stranding hundreds of people more heavy rains are still expected in the country. invest in japan the death toll after days of torrential rains has risen to at least two hundred severe flooding and landslides destroyed and damaged hundreds of thousands of full days of intense heat and water shortages in the region are raising fears of disease outbreaks. knowledge sticking to pakistan where the long battle for women's rights will take
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another step forward in this month's election for the first time some female participation at least will be needed for results to count constituencies a female voter turnout is less than ten percent risk that results being invalidated but how many will be a men will actually allow their wives and daughters to vote in the ballot on july twenty fifth remains a mystery. these women are considering a daring move casting their ballot they've never been allowed to men for morry pour their village in central pakistan banned women from voting almost as soon as the country gained independence in one thousand forty seven things are changing slowly for the general election taking place at the end of the month pakistan's election commission has said it will invalidate results from constituencies where female turnout is less than ten percent but it's no guarantee for women to vote safely the new rule runs into old tradition young man problem the main problem here is that
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women are prevented from casting their ballots. the men make it an issue of honor that's why they don't allow their women to cast votes they perhaps think that women are stupid. so many generations of women have been denied a vote here it's become normal not too many say they want to vote but few want to be the first. they did ignoring the taboo and threats of violence in two thousand and fifteen local elections. warning the women don't cast their votes in this village because they have no support from their families. they say if their families permit them they will vote. no they won't. i cast my vote to break this cultural tradition. and all nearly ten million more women have registered to vote for this year's
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general election than the last one in two thousand and thirteen for them to actually be able to pakistani law will need to overrule patriarchal tradition. hughes interior ministers are trying to hammer out a common plan on migration today at an informal meeting in the austrian city of ministers said they wanted to strengthen the blocks extend the borders and combat people smuggling austria's interior minister habit is pushing for a hard line approach together with his german counterpart horst the who for and italy's a multi-year salvini calling for tighter e.u. wide migration and asylum policies but other ministers have expressed concern about the impact of human rights talks are set to continue for all in the coming weeks. and of course daniel europe's companies are keeping a close eye on those talks of businesses are following them with mixed feelings
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here in europe because stricter border controls are a contradiction to what the second area is all about mainly open borders that allow for a free flow of goods and services as well as people try to control stretton the concept of just in time manufacturing and cross borders supply chains businesses want millions of euros at stake. this truck from hungary has arrived just in time the products are needed by the company. in germany's southwestern state of boston verdant panic the german company produces fans for example to be used in air conditioners showing the work with the hungry and plant makes the end product competitive supply chain delays due to new border controls would make the fans more expensive. risky will be if we had a plan for one two more days in the supply chain then we need to build a storage hall for eight thousand parts at about two point five million euros the customers would likely have to live with longer delivery times that would be
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unacceptable and on affordable food. for the truck the bottleneck is the german austrian border where german police perform visual inspections to prevent refugees from entering the country illegally that leads to long traffic jams at the border on certain days from january to may twenty eight hundred four thousand six hundred attempted on authorized entries into germany were registered of those two thousand four hundred fifty individuals were turned away many were hidden on the trucks cargo beds. in munich it's rush hour at the wholesale produce market hundreds of trucks deliver fresh fruits and vegetables from southern europe every day they all depend on open borders. then a clutch month gets his fruit from southern italy increase passport controls directly at the border crossings would delay his deliveries from italy considerably . material at the times we deal with fresh produce of this would certainly have an
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effect on the prices and of course on the quality it is decisive if the delivery truck has been on the road for twenty four more hours here if a few weeks if with longer waiting times at the border crossing such as from italy some dealers fear that some tropical fruits would disappear from the market completely the food. trade is a permanent race against time and against no margins. things get worse people would get laid off the fewer hours business volume reduced those are the effects that come with this i don't need to tell anyone if you have a company and it's not going as well as it should then the consequences are simple and if it gets really bad you shut down. every delay at the border would cost king us in the supply chains that have already developed and would cause incalculable economic damages the schengen agreement is at stake. what is
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a fear to chrysler plant in italy will go on strike this month and they have a very good reason for christiane a rebel though has just signed a deal to transfer to your venters for a hefty price tag confused well why the workers are so angry. these workers as an italian fit chrysler factory are angry the reason news of a costly football transfer christiane a renowned i was leaving rail madrid's to join you ventus chair in for a total of one hundred million euros italy's oniony family owned shares in both fee at and eventis fee its employees said the owners should invest the money in them instead that's why they've decided to strike and just get by in fact i guess like a punch in the face for those working here for over forty years we've received little money but for right now though there's money it's a shame it's disgusting. others say the transfer is a marketing move. the costs are huge but as i get up at the end the
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family knows how to do their math for me new to fight it will do more to be and it knows that there's a reward of the same value for the company to put it out to get us going to shoot it up. and then there are those who are just happy for that seem. more industrial action ryanair pilots are staging a twenty four hour strike today the airline has cancelled thirty flights out of island the irish airline pilots association is protesting over pay and working conditions the strike only affects flights between the u.k. and ireland but the unions are preparing to strike in spain portugal and belgium later this month that could affect across the continent today marks the first day of industrial action for ra in essence officially recognizing unions in december. the dreams of global bike sharing startup turned into a nightmare it's filed for bankruptcy in singapore and left tens of thousands of
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bicycles apparently stranded in europe the company says it wants to do business here but that's doubtful and problems with its app mean many of the bites can't be located obeid has agreed to cut its fleet in munich to a thousand but authorities there are still three thousand so there are still three thousand lying around town. i could also highest court has upheld a judgment against oil giant chevron over decades of rain forest damage that harmed indigenous people it said they had a right to compensation for oil spills that contaminated groundwater but the ruling is largely symbolic because chevron no longer operates in the country. because a lengthy legal battle oil giant chevron has been ordered to pay nine point five billion dollars in damages for decades of environmental harm. texaco never again have reference to the company chevron took over in two thousand
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and one the plaintiffs include indigenous triage from the amazon rain forest who filed a class action lawsuit twenty five years ago now the highest court in ecuador has ruled in their favor. their home was once a dense jungle us oil company texaco right in the one nine hundred sixty s. now not much grows here anymore the affected area is four times larger than new york the soil is contamination there's oil everywhere and cancer rates are above average. some see the ruling as largely symbolic and say enforcing the decision won't be easy the environmental damage relates to oil operations blamed on texaco that took place between one thousand nine hundred sixty four and one nine hundred ninety meaning it ended more than a decade before chevron acquired the firm. or the judgment isn't just against chevron it's against the system of corporate and community rules the entire planet it's against the global corporate client mission
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because it's a sentence that sets a great global precisions that indigenous peoples together are capable of accessing justice. got bottled water and chevron has no assets left in ecuador to seize the plaintiffs have tried in vain to sue the company in the united states they want to see oil giants held accountable for the pollution they cause. is finally come to a close but not everyone is satisfied with that's right you know here in germany relatives of the victims of the spate of. between two thousand and two thousand and seven have said they are very unhappy with the verdicts handed down on wednesday a judge in munich sentenced the main difference in beata cheaper to life in prison but other defendants go to far more likely and their relatives lawyers say the court did not cover the whole of the truth about the killings they're taking the
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german government to court. justice was not served that was what relatives of the victims of the underground neo nazi organization n.s.u. were saying in berlin on thursday they contend that the trial which went on for more than five years brushed over mistakes on the part of german authorities i think the german police failed to catch all of the culprits in this if there were local accomplices and help us as we have to assume there were then these people are still at large and a danger for us all i was astonished at how little attention the trial paid to this question. and even going to far from two thousand to two thousand and seven with the assistance of beata cheaper near nazis and hoover bernhardt went on a killing spree throughout germany a police officer and nine people of immigrant mostly turkish backgrounds were
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murdered authorities initially failed to recognize the political nature of the killings mistaking them for mafia homicides victim's homes were even search for evidence of drug dealing it wasn't until late twenty eleven that the n.s.c. was uncovered better cheaper was arrested when most and bernhardt died after a botched bank robbery cheaper now faces life in prison. kathleen six father enver a flower dealer was the first official n.s.u. victim he says that because of institutional racism those killed were treated as second class citizens. that there is no equality we say germany is a state of equality under the law but i no longer feel that way. and can dismiss me as a. trial is over we were always told that this trial was not about mistakes by the state authorities fine but now we're suing the government and making those mistakes
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into the main issue. the relatives want to find out exactly what german intelligence services knew and when lawsuits have been filed against germany's federal government and the states of turfing and varia to gain access to files from the investigation and relatives say they're willing to take their case all the way to the european court of justice to discover the whole truth. this minotaur indeed obvious correspondent rhea following that story from istanbul we are almost all the victims of this and as you killing spree were off turkish origin and this is being covered hugely in the media there what has the reaction been there. yes that's true the story has been making headlines in many turkish newspapers i bought at least ten in the morning and almost all of them had this story on their front page so i brought you for example the jewelry
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a newspaper which is one of the few independent newspapers left here in turkey they fought the story down here and they have been publishing a picture all of a commemoration ceremony for the victims and they are asking in their headline or saying in their headline that the german court has been handing its verdict but many questions remain unanswered other. newspapers headlines according to the line a life sentence for the nazi bride that's how many turkish media have been calling back to chip of the main defendant and many stories focus on the accusation that state institutions intelligence services have been obscuring evidence in this trial and that the turkish people who were killed by the end as you are were actually for a long time treated as criminals and suspects themselves rather than as victims as so this is the overall reaction here in turkey if you follow twitter as well many
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turkish people share the impression that this trial has not uncover of the food truth and that many things were intentionally even kept in the dark the lots of people here also feel the lot of open questions still. in istanbul thank you very much for bringing us the reactions from the. you're watching the news let me just recap the top story that we're following for you us present dollar trump has reaffirmed his commitment to nato at the end of for today's summit he also boasted a winning increases in spending from his nato allies arrived in britain. and in a landmark judgement a german court has ruled that facebook must grant grieving parents access to their debts george's account the couple hope it will give them clues to the course of their fifteen year old daughter's death and. that's it for me on that she and the news team and do stay with me if you can standing by she have more news for you in
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this is you don't you know use life or ruin donald trump declares nato a fine shoe machine after a contentious two day summit in brussels after harshly criticizing members of the military alliance the u.s. president confirms america's commitment to nato while boasting of winning big spending increases from the allies and president trump and first lady malani i have now arrived in britain for talks with prime minister to resign mate and team with the queen and there'll be plenty of red carpets for.

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